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Vic Carucci's NFL Power Rankings: Week 10

(Through Thursday’s game. Last week’s ranking in parentheses)

1. Philadelphia Eagles. No one seems to be in the same league as these guys. (1)

2. New England Patriots. They always have a tough time in Denver. (2)

3. Pittsburgh Steelers. Trip to Indianapolis has the makings of a classic trap game. (3)

4. L.A. Rams. Scored second-most points (263) for coach in his first eight games in the Super Bowl era. (5)

5. Kansas City Chiefs. Bye came at a good time after disappointing loss to Cowboys. (4)

6. Seattle Seahawks. Paid far too big a price for victory vs. Cardinals. (6)

7. Dallas Cowboys. They've won three straight, but won't have Ezekiel Elliott this time. (10)

8. New Orleans Saints. Let's see how well that six-game winning streak holds up in chilly weather. (11)

9. Minnesota Vikings. Beginning a tough stretch of four of five games on the road. (7)

10. Carolina Panthers. That 6-3 home record on MNF could come in handy. (8)

11. Jacksonville Jaguars. Allowing an NFL-low 14.6 points per game has this team sitting pretty. (13)

12. Buffalo Bills. Desperately need a big bounce-back from a putrid performance. (12)

13. Tennessee Titans. Going for their fourth win in a row. (17)

14. Detroit Lions. After winless Browns, only one team left above .500. (16)

15. Baltimore Ravens. At least the running game has shown improvement. (15)

16. Washington Redskins. Getting a bit healthier at the right time. (19)

17. Houston Texans. Without Deshaun Watson, where's the hope for this team? (9)

18. Atlanta Falcons. With four losses in last five, these guys are fading fast. (18)

19. Green Bay Packers. Without Aaron Rodgers, they've lost three in a row and averaged only 14.7 points per game. (14)

20. Oakland Raiders. After a long trip East, it's a good time to rest. (20)

21. N.Y. Jets. Maybe the these guys are more for real than we thought. (21)

22. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. How about a little less fighting and a little more football? (22)

23. Cincinnati Bengals. A tough time coming up vs. Titans. (23)

24. Chicago Bears. Their rivalry with the Packers is old, but the QBs are young. (25)

25. L.A. Chargers. Philip Rivers has 11 TD passes and no INTs in his last three games. (26)

26. Miami Dolphins. Desperate to stop the bleeding. (24)

27. Denver Broncos. Can they keep that Mile High spell on the Patriots? (27)

28. Arizona Cardinals. They lost the game, but their opponent lost much more. (28)

29. Indianapolis Colts. They caught a big break vs. Texans, but Steelers have their QB. (30)

30. San Francisco 49ers. It'll be C.J. Beathard, not Jimmy Garoppolo, at QB vs. the Giants. (31)

31. N.Y. Giants. Ben McAdoo and his players are on different planets. (29)

32. Cleveland Browns. Unfortunately for their fans, there's still eight games left. (32)

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